July 17, 2016

January in July

....Now it's been QUITE awhile since I last posted, seven months in fact...so I'm going back to the beginning of 2016, re-starting where I left off... when the beach-combing is at its best no less...



I thought this looked really amazing, a feather floating w/ two water drops on it. (I did not put the droplets there!)




This is one beauty we do not touch!
This was the first Portuguese man-o-war I'd ever seen with its tentacles intact!




A very blustery morning on the beach...
The sand was blowing up the beach in streaks...




A January sunrise over the Atlantic . . .
I still go to the beach right before sunrise . . .




I found some more whole whelks . . .
(Above, knobbed whelk)




...And one Giant Eastern Murex piece . . .




This shark's eye was a deep taupe w/ black markings . . .




Finding whole whelks never gets old  . . . . .






The endless patterns of calico scallops never cease to entertain . . .







...And finding sea urchin tests is still a fairly rare treat!

1 comment:

  1. They are all so beautiful......Jewels of the sea.

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